Saturday, March 28, 2009

Quote of the day

Mark Steyn looks at the looming regulation of everything, with the best and brightest in charge. (At least they think they are the best and brightest).
The challenge they face:
When the Bolsheviks chose to introduce Russians to the blessings of a "command economy" 90 years ago, they were dealing with a relatively simple agricultural society largely contained within national borders. Obama and Geithner are trying to do it with a sophisticated global economy in which North American consumers, European bankers, Asian suppliers, Saudi investors and Chinese debt-holders are more tangled than an octopuses' orgy.

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